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(ken) (ken) now at 8. no charges will be filed against the officers involved in two high profile deadly police shootings. thank you for joining us i'm ken wayne.(pam) and i'm pam moore. the san francisco district attorney made the announcement today. grant lodes joins us now with more on the d-a's decision. (grant) d-a george gascon indicated he was doing his job by making this ruling...but he's disturned by what the law is...and he's uncomfortable with his decision. he's now calling on the governor and state lawmakers to pass ab- 931...which would change use of force laws for officers. right now...police are judged by whether their use of force
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was áreasonable. gascon wants reasonable...changed to... was use of force ánecessary. one of the cases involves the shooting death of mario woods in december of 2015. video of this went viral...showing five police officers opening fire on the stabbing suspect... after police say pepper spray and bean-bag rounds failed to get the 26 year old to drop the weapon. an autopsy found he had been hit more than 20 times. then in april 2016 two officers fired on luis gongora - a homeless man armed with a knife who they say moved towards them rather than drop the weapon after being hit with a bean bag gun. that shooting happening under 30 seconds of their arrival on scene. sf da george gascon: "well clearly under the law today no crime is occurred that answer was very unsatisfactory for me morally and as a human being" adante pointer: gongora family attorney: "all we were looking
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for was a shot at justice just a modicum of justice and all of leaf if you will from his office from his office to this family and the community showing that police offices were not above the law" (grant) the d-a says he is turning over the case to the civil rights division of the us- department of justice who have to the power to sue police agencies when they see a pattern a excessive force. (ken) tonight we are hearing from mario woods mother about the d-a's decision not to file charges. in a statement to kron-4 she said in part.... "it's like they executed mario all over again. there was hope this d.a. would do the right thing. but not filing any changes, i don't understand it. i did have hope he would do the right thing. you can look at the video and see mario's civil rights were violated. if he wasn't a danger, i don't get that (decision not to file charges). i don't understand that. " (pam) while police officers involved in the shootings ... are not being criminally charged,
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the district attorney did 'call out' the police officers union .... for repeatedly pushing back on reforms, and called on the state legislature to get the job done. (ken)kron 4's dan kerman is live at the san francisco hall of justice with more. sot tony montoya/president, sf poa 00-04 it's good news we are feeling vindicated for our members.san francisco police officers association president tony montoya is speaking of the da's decision not to file criminal charges against police involved in 2 officer involved shootings. but while district attorney george gascon called the decision correct under the law, he said it was unsatisfying, and called on the state legislature to pass assembly bill 931 which will provide stricter statewide limits on
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the use of deadly force .sot george gascon/san francisco district attorney 32-42if you go to a standard that says minimum and necessary force as opposed to using whatever tools in the bag you feel are reasonable then you are holding people accountable to a higher standard. they will have to start considering how will i approach the situation sotwe do not support the new billthe poa thinks each department should have its own individual policy not one mandated by the state legislaturesoti think that this bill could potentially be dangerous to my members and the public because it can make officers hesitate to take action.but district attorney gascon it's time for the poa to get on board and stop fighting use of force reforms sotit is time to stop the rhetoric that creates a bigger divide between the women and men working in uniform, who at the end of the day are the ones placed at risk not the leadership that talks from behind the desk.sotif there is any rhetoric its coming from the da's office not the association.in fact the poa maintains it embraces reforms despite the fact the union is suing over the san francisco police commissions changes to the sfpd's use of force policy.
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(ken) we first told you about the decision to not file charges this morning with a push alert. stay connected on breaking news by downloading our free mobile app and enabling push alerts to your phone. (pam) a milpitas teacher surrendered to police last week, over a warrant for his arrest. police accused christopher kaldy ... of inappropriate contact with a student... but during that investigation, they learnedof a sexual battery case against him, involving another teacher, back in 20-17. now they are looking for any other potential witnesses
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or victims .. who may have had contact with the suspect. (ken) after a 5 week manhunt...san francisco police arrested a man who killed a puppy in a store. delos pierre gallon is accused of slamming the puppy to the ground back on april 14-th. police were intially called to the store regarding a fight. investigators say surveillance video shows gallon throwing a can at a woman.. before he grabbed the dog. he was arrested in san mateo yesterday. (pam) pearl pinson vanished on her way to school in vallejo two years ago tomorrow. never to be seen or heard from again.(ken) as the anniversary of her disappearance approaches... we are uncovering new details in the search for the teenager. kron 4's justine waldman spoke exclusively with the lead detective on the case, about where the investigation stands now.(only on 4 sot: do you think pearl pinson is dead or alive?sot: anything at this point is a possibility we just don't know from the day pearl pinson disappeared on her way to school on may 25 2016, detective sean mattson has been on the case.following
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every tip, twist and turn trying to find the teenager. two years later, still no conclusion.sot obviously i want to find pearlwitnesses saw a man take pearl at the overpass right by her house. the only suspect in pearl's kidnapping, fernando castro, died in a shoutout with law enforcement in southern california.sot not having him that is frustrating too, not having the opportunity to even trydetective mattson says pears blood was found in the suspects car. these are new pictures of castro driving the tan sedan in bodega bay, while pearl was missing.sot we believe strongly that he was the one that did itrose pinson / pearl's sister sot we don't know where she is at we dont know if we will ever find her its's been a heartbreaking two years for pearl's family.there is no evidence that suggest human trafficking. also, two reported sighting of pearl at the pittsburg bart station, were not true.earlier in may, the sheriff's just did
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a search in bodega bay for evidence in a pond, but that also turned up nothing. decetective mattson believes someone out there, knows something, that will lead to a break in the case.sot even if they don't think it is something to still call it in because we are trying to give two families some answers that they deservethis detective is determined not to let the case go cold, in vallejo justine waldman kron 4 news. (ken) a father of 10 .... whose children had to be removed from horrific living conditions last month .... is now facing sexual abuse charges.(pam) both parents... jonathan allen and ina rogers ... appeared in court today to enter their pleas. (ken) kron 4's tersia estacio has details on the disturbing new charges.. the father is now facing. four counts of lewdness with a minor at the hands of an adult those are the new charges facing jonathan allen, the father of the ten children. allen very confident in court today, speaking up loudly as he entered a not guilty plea.
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(take vo) no cameras were allowed in court, but this is a picture of allen from last weeks first court appearnance. the sex crimes alledged to have taken place over the course of a year from 2017 to 2018 - four separate times with one of the 10 children. ina rogers, the children's mother also in court today. this picture from last week as well. she twoo entered a not guilty plea. in contrast, she was soft spoken and quite subdued in court. outside court, allens relatives defended he and ina. doris./allen's grandmother it is unfortunate this has happened to our family and i feel more help should have been there for the family to help with the children. maggie. allen's aunt he is a nice person. she is a nice person. i hope for the best. last week, both allen and rogers were charged on multiple counts of child abuse. in addition, allen faces 7 counts of torture. in court documents, the children reportedly told child abuse specialists that they had been bitten and struck with bb guns. and quote : due to continuous abuse the children have varying forms of scars, including broken arms." back on march 31st, rogers back on march
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31st, rogers contacted police after rep0rtedly missing a child. when authorities arrived at the home, , they say, they found feces smeared on floors, urine soaked carpet - the house in shambles. rogers intially blamed the mess on looking for her missing child. the children were removed and a further investigation revealed the alledged abuse. krishna adams, district attorney solano co. "as a prosecutor and mom you can't imagine at the hands of parents. there are 10 children under the age of 13 abused for a substantial period of time inside this home under the care of their parents.both allen and rogers remain in custody. in addition to the new sex crimes charged, both allen and rogers now face a protective order banning the from having any contact with their children. they are back in court for a hearing in july. in solano county te (ken) a big story we're following. law enforcement officials say harvey weinstein is expected to surrender to police tomorrow morning he'll face criminal charges in
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a months-long investigation into allegations he sexually assaulted women. the criminal charges will be the first - since scores of women began coming forward to accuse weinstein of harrassment or assault.. law enforcement officials have told the associated press that the charges relate to at least one person...a former actress named loo-sha evans - who claims she was assaulted in 2004. coming up at eight.. election night is right around the corner... and tonight , we look at measure j... supporters say, it will help educators... but opponents say , it comes at a high price for taxpayers. plus. president trump cancels the highly anticipated summit with kim jong un.. how a north korean comment about the vice president played a role. and next. commuters want answers, after part of a south bay highway floods for the second time this month
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interstate 280 in san jose was flooded. (pam) now-- people want to know... what went wrong, and what is being done to make sure it does not happen again. kron four's rob fladeboe reports. sgt. daniel hill/chp "..280 can be kind of difficult to negotiate anyway, people like to drive a little too fast so we have to shut down some lanes to slow things down people whose commute was messed up by a flood nine days ago only to see it happen again today may have blown a fuse but that'sexactly what happened says caltrans spokesman victor gauthierby phone from oakland.victor gauthier/caltrans "...what happened was while the contractor was working on the two main pumps we had to shut them down and then a backup pump circuit breaker blew a fuse..."pumps and pumphouses like this one are needed because thewater table directly below the freeway can come perilouslyclose to the surface says the guadalupe-
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coyote creek conservation district's roger castillo. roger castillo/guadalupe -coyote resource conservation district "....these areas where we built freeways, including hi-rises, they have basements that have to be de- watered, so that water is then pumped into storm drains and into river systems....' castillo says this water flowing into nearby los gatos creek is evidence the backup pump is up and running again. meantime, caltrans says crews are to remain on the job until all three pumps are available. victor gauthier/caltrans "....we have our contractors out there and caltrans maintainence crews are on site as we speak, we're going to watch this with a hawk's eyes to make sure that this doesn't happen again...." rob fladeboe "....so for now it's just the one back-up pump that's keeping the freeway high and dry. the goal is to get all three pumps back for if and when they're needed. in san joserob fladeboe kron news
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(pam) the june primary election is right around the corner... and, there are some key measures on ballots all across the bay area.(ken) tonight, we'll take a look at measure-j in san mateo county.. where as kron four's philippe djegal reports... a local school district is asking for money to help house its educators. (philippe)andy lie/juhsd/nats- "so here we are at the site." if andy lie (lee) gets his way...andy lie/juhsd/nats- "right now, this is a parking lot." in four years -- this former serramonte high school parking lot in daly city... will morph into an 80-unit affordable housing complex for educators and administrators in the jefferson union high school district.andy lie/juhsd- "this will be below market rate housing -- we are targeting 50-percent below market rate when we open hopefully in the fall of 20-22." but first voters will have to approve a bond measure to fund the project. it's on the june ballot for san mateo county voters as measure-j. lie (lee) -- who is president of the board of trustees for the school district -- supports it. a yes vote would allow the district to issue up to 33- million dollars in bonds at a rate of seven dollars per every 100-thousand dollars of assessed property value from 20-19 through at least 20-42. andy lie/juhsd- "so, if your home is assessed by the county at 800,000, that means you'll
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be paying $56 per year for your parcel, if your home is valued at $100,000 of assessed value, you'll be paying $7 a year." in order to pass... the measure requires a 55- percent super majority vote bill collins/opponent- "when the district talks about the cost, they never talk about the interest payments. they want to pretend like its free money -- it's not. borrowing doubles the cost to the taxpayers." pacifica resident bill collins is against the measure.bill collins/opponent- "everybody who lives here ends up paying for it, whether or not you're a renter or a homeowner, because as renters know -- ultimately, the landlords are going to pass the tax increase onto you."tax increase onto you." andy lie (lee) says
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the jefferson union high school district is the lowest paying in the county... and, that a recent survey of its staff revealed 20-percent of them believe they'll have to move within five years because of the cost of housing. an issue terra nova high school teacher marlene gutierrez is all too familiar with.marlene gutierrez/teac her- "i'm always exploring leaving, you know, even though i don't want to." gutierrez says more than 40-percent of her salary pays for her one-bedroom apartment in daly city. combined with minimal annual raises -- she's struggling to keep up. if cheaper, district-owned housing was available -- she says she'd sign up.marlene gutierrez/teacher- "i have to be optimistic." if the measure passes, a citizen oversight committee would monitor how the money is being spent. educators would also have a seven to ten year cap of living in the units... theoretically enough time for them to save enough money to eventually buy their own home. in san mateo county, philippe djegal, kron four news. now to our four zone forecast.four zone now to our now to our four zone forecast. taking a live look outside at s-f-o. kron-4's chief meteorologist
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lawrence karnow is here now with the forecast lawrence karnow: temperatures remained much cooler than normal for the bay area today. there were also plenty of clouds and we could soon see some rain. you can see showers off the coast and more thunderstorms over the sierra on doppler radar. on the satellite image you can see the low pressure rotating off the coast. it is a weak system but appears to be headed directly at the bay area tonight. we can expect some scattered showers and even a few isolated thunderstorms on friday but we could begin to see a showers after midnight. scattered showers are likely on friday with temperatures running well below normal and in the 50s and mid 60s. there could be a few lingering showers early on saturday morning before slowly clearing and warming slightly. much warmer weather with sunny skies and offshore winds will return on sunday. it will be very warm on monday with some
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highs inland near 90 degrees. cooler weather and a few clouds are expected for the middle of next week. next week. new ahead at 8 she became pregnant then was
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told she had cancer.. one mom's story of beating the disease and giving birth to a healthy baby. and next. cyber security experts grilled on capitol hill.... about how they are protecting you.... and why some leaders say, women could be the answer. ((mark sports tease)) just ahead, warriors and rockets in a crucial game 5 down in houston. we'll have an update. also, a couple of golden state all- stars....garner all-nba honors. details ahead. ((ken))here's what we are tracking new tonight at nine... ((sot))....tune in at nine
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cyber security threats
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are growing. in recent years we've seen target, equifax and other breaches expose millions' of americans personal information. (pam) today -- lawmakers pressed cyber security experts... about how banks can protect consumers' money and identities from hackers. our washington correspondent jessica smith reports. hackers are targeting americans' money -- on both a big and small scale. ohio senator sherrod brown:
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information about attacks. but financial firms are struggling to find the people who can guard against those sophisticated attacks. one expert told the committee encouraging young women to get involved in science, technology, engineering and math would expand the pool of qualified workers -- and ultimately make the financial system--and our money-- safer. in washington, i'm jessica smith. coming up at eight.. outrage .... after a california man gets a 90- day sentence for raping... a 5 year old. plus. another dead whale washes ashore in the bay area.
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what officials are saying about the recent animal deaths and next... president trump cancels a highly anticipated meeting with north korea. why he says he did it. ((lawrence tease))i'm kron 4 chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.coming up, i will take a look at your 7 day forecast. details ar fearless is a wild animal.
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crazy enough to believe it can change the world. fearless is resilient enough to suffer the slings and arrows -- and come out stronger. fearless reads the rules, understands the limitations, listens to the naysayers -- and then goes ahead and does it anyway. you know what we make. fearless makes us who we are. mercedes-amg. driving performance. it's the historic diplomatic meeting that never was. president trump -- scrapping the planned summit with north korean leader kim jong un that was supposed to take place next month. (pam) kristen holmes has the latest from washington on
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why the president says... he made the decision. pres donald trump: i've decided to terminate the planned summit in singapore. president trump-- abruptly canceling the much anticipated nuclear summit with north korea--pres donald trump: i believe that this is a tremendous set back.after the latest in an escalating war of words between the two countries-- an aide to kim jong un- calling vice president pence a quote "political dummy"and threatening a nuclear showdown with the united states.our military and has been greatly enhanced recently as you all know-- is ready if necessary the white house releasing a letter from president trump-- to the leader of the rogue nation-- reading in part "i was very much looking forward to being there with you. sadly, based on the tremendous anger and open hostility displayed in your most recent statement, i feel it is inappropriate, at this time, to have this long-planned meeting."secretary of state mike pompeo indicating communication may be another
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reason for the scrapped meeting-- mike pompeo/secretary of state: had received no response to our inquiries from them.but president trump leaving the door open with north korea-- even suggesting the summit could still take place pres donald trump: if and when kim jong un chooses to engaged in constructive dialogue and actions-- i am waiting.world leaders including president moon jae in of south korea and britain's prime minister teresa may expressed disappointment the summit had been called off. in washington, i'm kristen holmes. (pam) new at eight... a family is outraged tonight.... after a stockton businessman was sentenced to just 90 days for raping a 5 year old child.(ken) the family's attorney says, the light sentence is leaving future victims unprotected. rowena shaddox has the story. 79-year-old lyle burgess pleaded no contest to felony statutory rape of a girl, who is now just 7 years old.the longtime stockton businessman
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was sentenced on wednesday to just 90 days house arrest detention and five years of informal probation.he does ánot have to register as a sex offender. fox 40 reached out to deputy district attorney kathy murray, to find out áwhy burgess was charged with just statutory rape and why he wouldn't have to register as a sex offender.murray deferred us to the media person, who instructed us to put our questions in writing online. we haven't heard back yet.we also went to burgess' home in an upscale gated community in stockton.nats - dog barks as the front door opens
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burgess founded rare parts inc., an automotive parts manufacturer and distributor. as far as his young victim... meleyco says the sex assault happened after the family was invited over to burgess' calaveras county cabin back in 2016.as far as áhow the young victim is doing now... ( pam ) that was rowena shaddox reporting. the girl's family has since filed a civil suit against burgess. (ken) now to our four zone forecast. you're looking live at the golden gate bridge.(pam) kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us with a look ahead lawrence karnow: temperatures remained much cooler than normal for the bay area today. there were also plenty of
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clouds and we could soon see some rain. you can see showers off the coast and more thunderstorms over the sierra on doppler radar. on the satellite image you can see the low pressure rotating off the coast. it is a weak system but appears to be headed directly at the bay area tonight. we can expect some scattered showers and even a few isolated thunderstorms on friday but we could begin to see a showers after midnight. scattered showers are likely on friday with temperatures running well below normal and in the 50s and mid 60s. there could be a few lingering showers early on saturday morning before slowly clearing and warming slightly. much warmer weather with sunny skies and offshore winds will return on sunday. it will be very warm on monday with some
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highs inland near 90 degrees. cooler weather and a few clouds are expected for the middle of next week. (ken) for the third time in a week, a dead whale has washed ashore in the bay area. this time in bolinas. the carcass of a 58- foot female fin whale ..... washed up on whale ..... female fin of a 58- foot the carcass bolinas. this time in area. in the bay washed ashore whale has week, a dead third time in a for the (ken) aheadus with a look ahead lawrence karnow: (ken) next week. (ken) for the (ken) (ken) for the third time in a
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week, a dead whale has washed ashore in the bay area. this time in bolinas. the carcass of a 58- foot female fin whale ..... washed up on the beach earlier this week. scientists were on the scene yeterday to make preliminary observations. the marine mammal center... which released this picture today... is planning a necropsy for tomorrow.... to determine the cause of death. it is the second recorded death of an endangered fin whale since friday. a grey whale was also found dead last friday in marin county. still ahead at 8 we're learning more about that cat spotted on the roof of a van at 60 miles per hour.
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and tonight we hear from the owner. plus... if you are in a bad mood... how it could be connected to your body clock. and next. doctors warning about a new trend...the common drug being abused and the dangers associated with it.
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(pam) an urgent warning
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from doctors tonight... about taking more than the recommended dose of the drug loperamide. it is also sold under the name imodium. it is commonly used to cure stomach troubles. but doctors in virgnia say, they have seen patients who have taken dangerously high doses when they cannot get opioids. too many imodium caplets may produce a euphoric feeling. but doctors warn ... it could also stop your heart. so concerned about abuse .... the f-d-a is encouraging changes to the packaging... and considering limiting purchases of the product. the f-d-a does say, the drug is safe to use as directed. (ken) here's an update to a story we first brought you last night... a two-year- old nebraska cat is safe after a scary ride on the top of a van. this video went viral after this cat was seen clinging to a van's roof on the highway. it turns out, that van belonged to the cat's owner. michelle criger (cry-grrr) says she thought she heard a meow but didn't want to say anything to her
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boyfriend. it wasn't until they pulled off the road that she realized it was her cat. michelle criger/cat's owner: "when i got him off the roof of the van, he wasn't scared at all. he wasn't shaking, heart racing, nothing. we were more scared than him." criger (cry-grrr) says her criger (cry- criger (cry- grrr) says her cat was up there for two miles... living up to his name -- rebel. she says rebel is often inside or under her van but never on top of it. she says she now checks her van before she has to drive anywhere. (pam) in sports -- the a's trying to avoid a three- game sweep against the seattle mariners we'll show you how they did.. (ken) also -- the warriors in houston battling the rockets in game five highlights and reaction coming up next at 8 she went from one of life's biggest highs to one of its lowest lows... a mother finds out she's pregnant..then that she has cancer. that story is next.
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finding out you are expecting a baby and all the joy that comes with it and then finding out you have cancer.(pam) it happened to a kansas woman. and as amy anderson reports... she got two opinions, and each would bring a very different outcome.
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you'd never know it by looking at him, but johnson's perfect baby boy went through an awful lot with his mom before he was even born."i've been through the ringer, but yes," she said. no sooner than she'd just taken a positive pregnancy test, johnson found a lump in her breast. just a couple of days after thanksgiving, she found out she had cancer.as a nicu nurse, she didn't waste time getting into a doctor to decide a course of treatment, and at 11 weeks, she was told she should consider terminating her pregnancy. that's when she got a second opinion."so then i met her and we talked about her options which none of them included terminating her pregnancy," said breast oncologist dr. lauren nye with the university of kansas health system.as long as a woman is into her second trimester, emerging research is showing it's ok to treat several cancers, especially breast cancer. johnson underwent both a mastectomy and chemotherapy while pregnant. the drugs not deemed safe were saved for after william's birth. today, the family is enjoying life and loving every minute of it. (ken)baby william turns one next week. week.turns one next baby william (ken)
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it. (ken) baby william turns one next week. (pam) if you are an i-phone user ... you may be eligible for a 50-dollar refund from apple. the company is giving out the refund for users who paid for a battery replacement last year. to be eligible... the phone must be an i-phone 6 or newer. apple says, it will notify those eligible customers by email before july 27th. users not notified by that date .. can contact apple support for more information. (9p sot full promo
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game 4 game 4 revealed several statistical anomalies.. for example, the warriors were 16-and-0 in home playoff games... and there certainly has not been a worse shooting performance than that 4th quarter. tonight, in game 5, the defending champs...hoping those were all one-time occurrences. --we go to houston.. emotional moments in the arena pregame as a moment of silence was held for the victims of the santa fe high school shooting. the school's choir sang the national anthem. --andre iguodala...out for the 2nd straight game with a left knee injury. --in the first half, just some ugly basketball... and we saw
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this bad stint for draymond green. once again, dunked on by james harden. other than that, hardly any offense...as both teams shot less than 40 percent from the field. --kevin durant...got working early. pull up 3-pointer over clint capela. 17-first half points...for kd. houston led by 11, but warriors got it tied at 45-all at the break. --3rd quarter, chris paul...started the game 0-for- 7, but got hot... hit 3 straight 3's including this one that ended with a shimmy right in steph curry's face. --curry would answer right back. the mvp goes to the rack... and somehow slips in the reverse layup. warriors take a one point lead. -both sides just trading baskets. a few minutes later, paul again clock winding down... throws up a prayer over david west and sinks it. everything working for cp3. --but then a potentially- series changing play. late in the 4th, paul throws up a floater, but hurts his hamstring falling to the ground. he was forced to leave the game in the final minute. --all the drama came down to this. 96-94 rockets...6 seconds to go... warriors need a play, on the inbound.... terrible execution... curry throws it to draymond... and green loses the ball.
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--rockets tack on two free throws... and that's how it ends. houston wins 98-94...and takes a 3-2 lead with game 6 back in oakland on saturday. staying with the warriors-- two of golden state's 4 all-stars made the all-nba rosters today. kevin durant and steph curry made the 1st and 3rd teams, respectively. for kd...this marks the 8th time in his career he's garnered all-nba honors...the 6th time he's made the first squad. curry is on his 5th all-nba roster...some would consider it surprising he made the 3rd team, however, that's largely because he missed 30-games because of injury. this is the 4th straight year the warriors have had multiple all-league players. players.all-league players. turning now to the a's--
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turning now turning now to the a's--
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oakland trying to salvage a win...in their three-game series with the mariners. --it's off to the coliseum... king felix on the hill for the m's. and the a's pounced on him early... bottom 1st-- 1-all...2-on for stephen piscotty...laces one to deep left center off the wall. both runners come home. a's would get out of the frame up 4-1. --seattle answered back late... top 8th, a's up 4-2... runners on the corners for kyle seager...liner to right... seattle makes it a one- run game. --but in the ninth, blake try-nen...shuts down the place. gets mike zunino whiffing...to close it out. a's win 4-3...and host the diamondbacks tomorrow. (áástop talkingáá) and for this week's lexus ultimate higlight. we go to last night's a's game. seattle's mike zunino at the dish...and it looks like he's dialed up a homer, until stephen piscotty scales the
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wall in right to make the snag. unbelievable athleticism from the a's. for your lexus ultimate highlight. and next. and next. how a bad mood might to tied to your sleep schedule. i'm dianne feinstein and i approve this message.
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i thought after sandy hook, where 20 six and seven year olds were slain, this would never happen again. it has happened more than 200 times in 5 years. dianne feinstein and a new generation are leading the fight to pass a new assault weapons ban. say no to the nra and yes to common-sense gun laws. california values senator dianne feinstein (pam) if you feel like
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your mood is all over the place... it might have something to do with your sleep.(ken) a new study published in the lancet looks at how your internal clock affects mental health. you may be at a higher risk for mood disorders...including depression, bipolar disorder, loneliness, unhappiness and general mood instability if you disrupt your internal clock more than 91-thousand participants wore motion tracking devices on their wrist for a week -- that data was used to classify their internal clocks as disrupted or not disrupted. people who were inactive during the day and active at night were classified as disrupted. those individuals were between six and ten percent more likely to have been diagnosed with a mood disorder. the researchers say the body's clock plays a crucial role in mood... but admit further research is needed. (pam) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.( ken)but our primetime coverage is just getting started this thursday. grant lodes and vicki liviakis are here with kron 4 news at 9. ((grant))thank you pam and
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ken...next at nine...a longtime teacher in the south bay, accused of inappropriately touching a student.turns out..he was previously accused of sexually assaulting a teacher.now police fear there may be more victims.details next in a live report.and new at nine...the family of the elderly woman attacked and robbed at a concord bank is speaking out.this..as we learn the suspect may be linked to another robbery the day before the assault.we'll explain. ((grant))and a tough blow for warriors fans as the dubs lose a heartbreaker in houston.they are now down 3-2 in the series...highlights straight ahead.((vicki))keep it here...kron 4 news at nine starts right after the break.
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(grant) (grant) a teacher in the south bay-- arrested-- accused of sexual battery in two different cases... and tonight police are looking for other potential victims.... (grant) thanks for joining us i'm grant lodes..(vicki) and i'm vicki livakis.... christopher kaldy is accused of inappropriate contact with a student and another case
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involving a teacher.. he surrendered to police last week, over a warrant for his arrest.(grant) kron 4's gayle ong is live at milpitas high school where she learned, the suspect was a longtime music teacher there. 43 year old christopher kaldy was placed on administrative leave in march of this year, that's when police received a report he had inappropriate contact with a student..during that investigation, police found another case against him - involving another teacher. milpitas police learned of a sexual battery case against christopher kaldy at milpitas high school where he's been a music teacher since 19-98. investigators say the incident involved another teacher.kaldy has been charged with misdemeanor sexual batteryhe turned himself in to the santa clara county sheriff's office last week after an arrest warrent was issued.christine farantino says she never heard anything like this when she was a student here

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